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Hi trngguru and welcome to our community
What if you duplicated the slide with the button. The action of the button would be to skip the slide with the disabled button image. Then on the duplicate slide, you simply have an image of the button in a disabled state. You then return to the slide with the image of the disabled button.
Just a thought... Rick
Thank you for your advise. Unfortunately that will not work for what I need. But thank you for the suggestion.
Hi -- Not sure what your specific application is, but it seems like the solution offered by Rick would be ideal. YOu could link to the adjacent slide showing the disabled button state, or you could make the button on the linked page be "return" to get you back to the first page.
As an alternative, you could put your linked content into a popup (Flash or otherwise) and then tell your users to close the pop-up to return to the linking slide.
Me too Marty. I thought Rick's suggestion was perfect. Wonder why it wouldn't work . . .
Course, I also wonder where the white goes when the snow melts ... and why Bobby Brown beats up on Whitney Houston ... and why the Cubs can't win a pennant ... I'm just full of questions. Anyway, good suggestion, Rick!!